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Harry Elmer Barnes (editor), Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Its Aftermath (Caldwell, Ida.: Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1953)
http://mises.org/books/perpetual.pdf
http://lccn.loc.gov/52011874

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER Page

1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout 1
By Harry Elmer Barnes

2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe 79
By Charles Callan Tansill

3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe 187
By Frederic R. Sanborn

4. How American Policy Toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific 231
By William. L. Neumann

5. Japanese-American Relations: 1921-1941; The Pacific Back Road to War 269
By Charles Callan Tansill

6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor 315
By George Morgenstern

7. The Pearl Harbor Investigations 407
By Percy L. Greaves, Jr.

8. The Bankruptcy of a Policy 483
By William Henry Chamberlin

9. American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century 555
By George A. Lundberg

10. Summary and Conclusions 627
By Harry Elmer Barnes

INDEX 661


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Reviews

Reviewer: vacantstare - - February 5, 2013
Subject: Perpetual War and a few side-effects

The book was written in the 1950s long before the modern era of political correctness. Barnes was a graduate of Columbia University, but when he started talking to others and thinking for himself, he disturbed the established historian and propagandists who were laying their deceptions for future generations. He, George Seldes, Charles Beard, (not to mention John T Flynn) did a lot to get the public to start asking questions and to stop automatically trusting their politicians.

For this, Barnes was deeply resented. The book is titled this way because of the original book by the same title, written by Kant, whose plans came to be understood as mechanisms for the control of populations, if only wars could be fought perpetually and the people would always be in conflict, (the conflicts established by the financial class).


Read the material and make up your own mind.

The NWO . ;

The soon arriving New Dark Ages .

The story of those who run the world's news and finances and how they do it .

What do they really do .

What do they really want (the young ones) . ; , what she saw & said . ;

The classic . ; standby .

no reading . ; about islam . ; - tlmd . ; or allah .

How they try to capture history .

The disclosures that bothers them the most .

The spiritual aspects (your soul) . ; and side-effects of globalism ( = totalitarian .)

Who runs the show . ;
Waiting until its too late .

31 Thirty-one Key Questions . ;
and options for remedies .

Hollywood . reality

Want to hear their own confession . ?

All of these books . ; are worth reading. That does not mean that everyone . ; agrees with everything . ;

It means that these are starting points (la aristocracia) . ;
to help us learn. Good luck ..

Those who are on the side of the common man do not object to the facts coming out. Those who are in favor of Free Speech do not try to practice censorship. Those who are truly free thinkers... allow free thinking.

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